Our Story

If a picture paints a thousand words, then an outfit paints a million.

The modern gentleman understands the power of appearance and never settles for second best.
At Jennis & Warmann we understand this implicitly. That’s why our firm of Highly Skilled Tailors, Stylist and Fashion Enthusiast deliver uncompromising quality and attention to detail from start to finish. We think that being a gentleman is a state of mind, not a state of wallet; that’s why we pride ourselves in offering affordable prices without compromising on quality. Ever.

Since being established in 2015 , Jennis & Warmann has built a unique reputation as a small but dedicated firm of Talented Tailors, Designers and Fashion Enthusiasts specialising in luxury menswear for all occasions.

Status is not something you inherit, it’s something that you acquire; the clothes we wear speak volumes about us, even when we don’t intend to make a sartorial statement.

We have offered expert design advice, wedding consultations and bespoke solutions for a wide range of local London residents and distinguished visitors, including sportsmen, actors and celebrities.



With us, it’s like having every step in your own hands

Jennis & Warmann was started in 2015 by young entrepreneurs from London as they realised it was literally a wallet breaker to get quality suits that look good and will last. Like most other startups, we started from our small apartment with very little funds but a lot of determination.
Our aim was to design and create affordable garments that can compete with the expensive brands.
We also wanted to make sure our products stay affordable and in tune with latest trends.

As the company grew, we expanded our net. We added more young and passionate fashion enthusiast to the team. 

Years later, our vision comes to manifestation with more than 100,000 customers around the globe who have already placed their trust in us and we continue to serve you with ever greater enthusiasm and improvement on the quality of the clothing we manufacture. Our team of more than 25 people based in London with offices in Fakenham (UK), Shanghai, Texas and Almansa (Spain) work hard to bring new custom made products to you.

We invite you to give us a go. You’ll be surprised

Gold Coast Brown Overcheck Harris Tweed Suit
Rugby Grey Harris Tweed Tailored Fit Suit

Tweed Fabrics

Tweed is a rough, unfinished woollen fabric, of a soft, open, flexible texture, resembling cheviot or homespun, but more closely woven. It is made in either plain or twill weave and may have a check or herringbone pattern. Subdued, interesting colour effects (heather mixtures) are obtained by twisting together differently coloured woollen strands into a two- or three-ply yarn.

Most kinds of tweed yarn are made with wool, comes in many varieties and are known for their rough, scratchy texture, as well as their warmth and durability.
Some tweed varieties are blended with softer luxury fibres to reduce the scratchiness of the fabric. Tweed fabric is available in a wide range of weights, patterns and designs including plain twill, overcheck twill, plain herringbone. overcheck herringbone, houndstooth, checked tweed and tartans.

Tweeds are an icon of traditional British Country Clothing, being desirable for informal outerwear, due to the material being moisture-resistant and durable. Tweeds are made to withstand harsh climate and are commonly worn for outdoor activities such as weddings and special occasions, in both Ireland and the United Kingdom.

The original name of the cloth was tweel, Scots for twill, it being woven in a twilled rather than a plain pattern.

Traditionally used for upper-class country-clothing like shooting jackets, tweed became popular among the Edwardian middle classes who associated it with the leisurely pursuits of the elite.
Due to their durability, tweed was a popular choice for hunters, cyclists, golfers and early motorists, hence Kenneth Grahame’s depiction of Mr Toad in a suit.
Popular patterns include houndstooth associated with Windowpane, gamekeeper’s tweed worn by academics, Prince of Wales check, originally commissioned by Edward VII.
Wearing a tweed suit puts you in a class above everyone around. It is generally considered the mark of a Perfect English Gentleman.

Today, tweed is very famous for weddings and special occasions. You will find a variety of tweed styles in most traditional festivals like the Grand National, Cheltenham, Royal Ascot and many of such special British occasions.

All Jennis & Warmann garments are hand-made under strict quality control to provide you with a perfectly fitted garment. Our measurements guides are very comprehensive and when followed accurately, we can guarantee you a perfect fit. In rare occasions, your product may not have the right fit – that’s why we created the Perfect Fit Guarantee.


We Will Make It Right

Up To £50 Alterations Credit Within 30 Days

We’re dedicated to perfecting your suit.
On rare occasions, if the fit is not right,
we will pay you up to £50 to fix this locally. 

We’ll Remake If Alterations Are Impossible

We will offer to remake your garment if it’s not possible to alter your garment at a local professional tailor. Just send the item back to us to review.

A young smart man dressed in a sharp navy suit from Jennis & Warmann

Accessibility Statement

We are committed to providing a fully accessible website experience on our website portal for all users of assistive technologies such as screen reading software, screen enlargement software and alternative keyboard input devices.

This is an on-going process and the tech team is constantly reviewing all website areas and implementing the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.0 standard on all page content and elements of the website. If any users of assistive technologies are experiencing any difficulties in using the website please do not hesitate to contact us and we’ll do our best to assist you.

Environmental policy

Jennis & Warmann Ltd recognises that it has a responsibility to the environment beyond legal and regulatory requirements. We are committed to reducing our environmental impact and continually improving our environmental performance as an integral part of our business strategy and operating methods.  We will encourage customers, suppliers and other stakeholders to do the same.


Our HR Director is responsible for ensuring that this environmental policy is implemented, however, all employees have a responsibility in their area to ensure that the aims and objectives of this policy are met.

Policy aims

We endeavour to:

  • Comply with all relevant regulatory requirements.
  • Continually improve and monitor environmental performance.
  • Continually improve and reduce environmental impacts.
  • Incorporate environmental factors into business decisions.
  • Increase employee awareness and training.


We will:

  • Minimise the use of paper in the office.
  • Reduce packaging as much as possible.
  • Seek to buy recycled and recyclable paper products.
  • Reuse and recycle all paper where possible.

Energy and water

We will seek to:

  • Reduce the amount of energy used as much as possible.
  • Switch off lights and electrical equipment when not in use.
  • Adjust heating with energy consumption in mind.
  • Take energy consumption and efficiency of new products into account when purchasing them.

Office supplies

We will:

  • Evaluate if the need can be met in another way.
  • Evaluate if renting or sharing is an option before purchasing equipment.
  • Evaluate the environmental impact of any new products we intend to purchase.
  • Favour more environmentally friendly and efficient products wherever possible.
  • Reuse and recycle everything we are able to.


We will:

  • Reduce the need to travel, restricting to necessity trips only.
  • Promote the use of travel alternatives such as e-mail or video/phone conferencing.
  • Make additional efforts to accommodate the needs of those using public transport or bicycles.
  • Favour ‘green’ vehicles and maintain them rigorously to ensure ongoing efficiency.

Maintenance and cleaning

We will:

  • Use cleaning materials that are as environmentally friendly as possible.
  • Use materials in any office refurbishment that are as environmentally friendly as possible.
  • Only use licensed and appropriate organisations to dispose of waste.

Monitoring and improvement

We will:

  • Comply with all relevant regulatory requirements.
  • Continually improve and monitor environmental performance.
  • Continually improve and reduce environmental impacts.
  • Incorporate environmental factors into business decisions.
  • Increase employee awareness through training.
  • Review this policy and any related business issues at monthly management meetings.


We will:

  • Update this policy at least once annually in consultation with staff and other stakeholders where necessary.
  • Involve staff in the implementation of this policy, for greater commitment and improved performance.
  • Provide staff with relevant environmental training.
  • Work with suppliers, contractors and subcontractors to improve their environmental performance.
  • Use local labour and materials where available to reduce CO2 and help the community.
  • We support Anti-Slavery Labour in all our factories. Measures are in place to regularly conduct random checks on all our suppliers and partners to ensure they abide by Anti-Slavery and Child Protection Laws